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- so far so good. Review by justpepsi
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The arrows so far are living up to expectations. I want to pass on some notes about building them to those interested. 1. Cut the arrow to a desired length. 2. Dry fit the APS system and draw it in your bow. (Make sure your are comfortable with the fit before you glue the outserts on.) Whe you are ready to glue the outserts on. Read the instructions. Understand them and I also want to add to them. Grab a bow mounted quiver that will hold the arrows nock end down Make sure the point end will be held strait up and down. 3 Fallow the gluing procedures given to you by the Manufacture. After you have glued the outsert place it in the quiver point end up nock side down. This will prevent what happened in the first review posted above. the glue ran down into the threads and dried. "I was disappointed because I couldn't get any tips to go into the outserts." Fallowing this advice will help prevent that. be very mind full of the glue dripping into the threads. IF you get glue into the threads. A tap that has 8X32 threads can be used to clean them. Also for no reason should you screw in a point for 24 hours. Unless you intend for that point to never be removed. Ask me how I know. Make sure you are happy with the arrow length before you glue the outsert on. And fletch only when you have everything perfect. Ask me how I know. For my first dozen arrows I am happy with them. I know I will make mistakes again however if I can help you not make as many as I did. I will fell better about making them.
Arrows are great everything I expected as advertised.
(Posted on 12/21/15)
- Customer Service Review by Shane
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Unfortunately I can't review the arrow yet. I received them in hopes of using them for turkey hunting. When I got them I was disappointed because I couldn't get any tips to go into the outserts. So I called Lancaster. They sent me a return label. I mailed them UPS on Thursday from Iowa and got them back in Central IL on Wednesday. They rushed them to me (without me asking) and made it in time for my turkey season on Saturday. Grinning ear to ear and will continue to use Lancaster for my church's archery ministry and for my own personal archery needs. This is not the 1st time they have went above and beyond for me. Can't say enough about Lancaster Archery!
(Posted on 4/15/15)